There is some albeit anecdotal testimony that provides prima facie evidence (more on this in a moment) that the informed American voting citizen has reason to at least question Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility for the presidency.
In a December 8th interview with the Honorable Minister Louie Farrakhan:
RK: Minister, I’ll get back to the theme in a second, but we have a chat room that runs live as we go live on the air, and there is some great discussion going on in there right now. “[Mr.] Thomas” from Germany [asks]: “Can Obama function as a bridge between White and Black people, as well as the Muslim and Western world?”
HMLF: Absolutely. The very fact that Barack Obama has a White mother and an African father, and he grew up in Hawaii; and even though his African father left him at two years old, his mother married an Indonesian, and moved him to Indonesia where he spent four or five years growing up, again, in a Muslim country.
In the Los Angeles Times, Pastor Rick Warren is quoted as saying the following:
In the same speech, Warren described the United States as a land of immigrants, telling his audience: “I think it’s historic that we have a first-generation immigrant who’s just been elected president.”
Attorney Mario Apuzzo reported yesterday that Obama’s burden of proof on whether he was born in Hawaii hasn’t yet been met…